- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of precede.
“When R is precedes, we can intuitively regard its weak ancestral, precedes+, as the relation less-than-or-equal-to on the natural numbers.”
“I have watched Disney films all of my life; the label precedes the majority of the films I view, in fact…. not once have I gathered from a Disney movie, or any movie, for that matter, that I am better than any woman or any girl.”
“You may be interested to know that the mindset behind the term precedes America's postmodern love affair with political correctness, tracing back to good ole 'fashioned Cold War Communism (PC's uglier big sister). ”
“The rape and murder of a young woman and her mother by rampaging ronin precedes a spectral reign of terror, as samurai are lured to their gruesome deaths in a haunted bamboo forest.”
“Despite Mr. Spiegelman's lack of dance background, his name precedes Mr. Tracy's in the credits.”
“For the salaried class in urban India, the company they work for or their designation precedes their introduction and identity.”
“We now consider how the covenant is rightly kept; namely, when the word precedes, and we embrace the sign as a testimony and pledge of grace; for as God binds himself to keep the promise given to us; so the consent of faith and of obedience is demanded from us.”
“A descriptive title precedes each episode, as in the cinema; and it was in fact while watching a cinema that Mr. Lucas had the idea of adapting its swift selective methods to fiction.”
“Thus Scripture declares in different places that the word precedes the creation.”
“The existence of various orders of angels is established by this passage. all things -- Greek, "the whole universe of things." were -- rather, to distinguish the Greek aorist, which precedes from the perfect tense here, "have been created.”
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